Oyster Cay’s Sister, Exumas

Mar 8

We decided to go check out that reef that was behind us, and was very disappointed.  It was just a bunch of boulders and tall sea grass.  However, we did go ashore, do some beachcombing and also snorkeled.

Looking at Oysters Sister
Looking at Oysters Sister
Beachcombing Oyster
Beachcombing Oyster

The water temp is  79!  We found a nice coral head cluster with the most fish life Angie has seen so far.  Mark has learned that he needs to get Angie’s approval first, before he decides to spear any fish that she is looking at….ah, hem…    Another good sized barracuda followed us all of the way back to the dinghy. He was a bit too close for comfort, and he got the go-ahead from Angie for Mark to spear him if he came closer, but he was safe for another day.   It was unbelievable the amount of small conch around the island.  It was good to see, since we have not seen many live mature conchs  while snorkeling.

Exuma Sound Side
Exuma Sound Side
Oysters Sister Dinghy Landing
Oysters Sister Dinghy Landing

Today was also homemade English Muffin day , laundry, making water, working on the blog, and Mark relocating some electrical,  day.

English Muffin Day!
English Muffin Day!

We also had a few rain sprinkles, but not enough to wash the boat, much to Angie’s disappointment.   We are planning our trip down the Exuma chain, and can’t wait to check out to the Exumas Land and Sea Park!

Uno Mas at Oysters Sister
Uno Mas at Oysters Sister

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